Pay it forward. Day two. RRBC.

Todays RRBC author: Robin Chambers.

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Photos from Amazon.

Biography

Robin Chambers (1942 – ) first got the idea for his latest series of books while walking dogs through the grounds of The Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel in Belize, where he and his wife Amy lived from 2008-2011. Having narrowly survived a murder attempt by local thugs, he and Amy returned to the relative safety of the UK and he began writing full-time at the age of 69. “Myrddin’s Heir” is a long story: longer than “Lord of the Rings”, longer than “The Chronicles of Narnia”. longer even than “Harry Potter and…”

He spent the first 18 years of his life in Bootle on Merseyside. His teaching career was in Inner London schools from 1967-1993. In the 1970s – while Head of English at Hackney Downs School – he wrote stories that were published by Penguin and Granada. He became Head of Clissold Park School in 1979 and was the first head of Stoke Newington School in Hackney (1982-93).

He returned to teaching in 2001 and retired for the second and final time in 2007.

The books in his “Myrddin’s Heir” series are written “for bright children between the ages of 10 and 110”. They challenge as well as entertain – and he wishes they’d been available when he was teaching English.

Microsoft Word - pay it forward day 2.docx

Photos from Amazon.

Customer reviews on Amazon: A Wizard of Dreams (Myrddin’s Heir Book 1)

‘I thought this books was very funny, I found the things our invisible friend Zack got up too. This is story that fits any age group, no matter how old you are. young or old, and Gorden who since been born is not the normal boy you would expect, even his mother is surprised at some of the things he knows and comes out with, well to find out more about this story you will have buy this book, which is still only a few pennies, l would recorment this book to any reader.’

‘This book is brilliant for lovers of fantasy, and even those unfamiliar with the genre, it is well written, compelling and difficult to put down. The characters. the story, every aspect of the work is excellently planned, it is clear that a lot of effort, time and thought has gone into creating this magical story.’

Robin Chambers
Robin Chambers (1942 – ) first got the idea for his latest series of books while walking dogs through the grounds of The Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel in Belize, where he and his wife Amy lived from 2008-2011. Having narrowly survived a murder attempt by local thugs, he and Amy returned to the relative safety of the UK and he began writing full-time at the age of 69. “Myrddin’s Heir” is a long story: longer than “Lord of the Rings”, longer than “The Chronicles of Narnia”. longer even than “Harry Potter and…”

He spent the first 18 years of his life in Bootle on Merseyside. His teaching career was in Inner London schools from 1967-1993. In the 1970s – while Head of English at Hackney Downs School – he wrote stories that were published by Penguin and Granada. He became Head of Clissold Park School in 1979 and was the first head of Stoke Newington School in Hackney (1982-93).

He returned to teaching in 2001 and retired for the second and final time in 2007.

Amazon links:

Wizard Dreams:  http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wizard-Dreams-Myrddins-Heir-Book-ebook/dp/B00CKKHFCO/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1430214683&sr=1-1&keywords=robin+chambers

When the Cats Away: http://www.amazon.co.uk/When-Cats-Away-Myrddins-Heir-ebook/dp/B00JXJ0U4U/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Amazing Grace: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Amazing-Grace-Myrddins-Heir-Book-ebook/dp/B00CKKTSG0/ref=pd_sim_kinc_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0HKAFZSPVB6FRZFMQSBD

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See Robin’s work here:

Robin Chambers
Website: http://www.myrddinsheir.com/
Twitter: @myrddinsheir
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robin.chambers.739?ref=tn_tnmn

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